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The hard work and dedication of Jeni Palmer and Christine Clement has seen the births, deaths and marriages in the Bay of Plenty area for the years 1872 to 1920
2012
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This article on renaming some of Tauranga's streets appeared in the Bay of Plenty Times on Tuesday, 28 April 1964, and is reproduced here with their permission.
2013
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There are many historic places in Tauranga, and a few historic buildings that have survived the drive for progress. This section provides a showcase to appreciate some of the best-known
2012
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The first St George's church was built in 1900 as a memorial to the battle. The church was extensively damaged by fire in 1982, and virtually destroyed by fire in
2014
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 Lookings strange? see an archived version here If you want to know about Tauranga past and present, here’s where to start.  You can read about the history of the western Bay
2011
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Greerton's cherry blossom trees were hit by a different kind of blossom on 30 June 2013 when they were targeted by a gang of yarn bombers. Photos by Lee Switzer.
2013
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Images of historic moments in aviation in and around Tauranga and the Bay of Plenty.
2012
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Other Minute Books held by the Tauranga City Council
2011
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Minute Books Held From 1888 to Current
2011
Place
Papamoa Beach
2011, 1955, 1965, 1965, 1975
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The archaeological landscape within the Mauao Historic Reserve is of local, national and international significance. It represents the physical remains of approximately 600 years of human occupation. The archaeological /
2011
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Looking strange? see an archived version here The city of Tauranga has its origins in the military township established for the 1st Waikato regiment after the battles of Gate Pa
2014
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This page is an index to articles on this kete written by Katikati historian, Ellen McCormack (nee Macmillan).
2014
Genealogy Record
Edward Douglas was the great grandfather of Wayne McCormack, husband of Katikati historian Ellen McCormack. He ran a half-way house between Tauranga and Rotorua, known as the Bush Hotel.
2015
Genealogy Record
Tauranga General Merchant and ship owner Ebenezer Goddard Norris had in store in Wharf Street.
2014
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The Soundshell at Mount Maunganui was built in 1964 and was demolished thirty-five years later in 1999.
2015
Genealogy Record
Ninety-seven year old Alf Rendell has produced a stunning work in collaboration with his friend, respected Tauranga historian Fiona Kean. This very special book features aerial photographs of Tauranga and
2015
Genealogy Record
Frederick Butt and his brother Edward operated the Butt Brothers Phoenix Bakery and Cheap Grocery Store on The Strand in Tauranga up until the 1880s.
2016
Genealogy Record
Julia Maria Tovey (nee Martin) and her husband, Captain Alexander Charles Hughes Tovey, arrived in New Zealand in May of 1862 from India with the 70th Regiment. Julia wrote this
2016
Event
As part of Local History Week and the 40th Anniversary of Nga Wahi Rangahau Research Collections, archivist Stephanie Smith gave a talk on the archives collection to be found in
2016